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After filtering for United States of America, Missouri, St. Clair County, 8 entries match your criteria.
 
 

Historical Markers and War Memorials in St. Clair County, Missouri

 
Clickable Map of St. Clair County, Missouri and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg St. Clair County, MO (8) Bates County, MO (23) Benton County, MO (1) Cedar County, MO (12) Henry County, MO (7) Hickory County, MO (5) Polk County, MO (3) Vernon County, MO (22)  St.ClairCounty(8) St. Clair County (8)  BatesCounty(23) Bates County (23)  BentonCounty(1) Benton County (1)  CedarCounty(12) Cedar County (12)  HenryCounty(7) Henry County (7)  HickoryCounty(5) Hickory County (5)  PolkCounty(3) Polk County (3)  VernonCounty(22) Vernon County (22)
Adjacent to St. Clair County, Missouri
      Bates County (23)  
      Benton County (1)  
      Cedar County (12)  
      Henry County (7)  
      Hickory County (5)  
      Polk County (3)  
      Vernon County (22)  
 
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1Missouri (St. Clair County), Appleton City — 1870Since the Beginning
In 1868, William Milton Prier was the owner of 520 acres of land which would become Appleton City. In 1870 when the Railroad came through this area, he sold most of his holdings for land development. However, he retained this site in Block 36 . . . Map (db m181430) HM
2Missouri (St. Clair County), Appleton City — Appleton City, Missouri
Before Appleton City was founded, the open prairie was the hunting grounds for the Osage Indians and French fur traders and trappers. When the Missouri Kansas and Texas Railroad reached this site in September 10, 1870, where was no town. The . . . Map (db m181431) HM
3Missouri (St. Clair County), Appleton City — M.K.&T DepotAppleton City, Missouri — Established 1870 —
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway arrived in 1870 connecting St. Louis to the Southwest Oldest M.K.&T Passenger Depot, September 1870Map (db m88737) HM
4Missouri (St. Clair County), Appleton City — War Memorial
In memory of those who lost their lives in World Wars One and Two Korea - Vietnam - Desert StormMap (db m88736) WM
5Missouri (St. Clair County), Osceola — Osceola
(Front): Early thriving Osage River post. Osceola was settled during the mid-1830's largely by Southerners. The settlement and its first store were known as the "crossing of the Osage at Crow and Crutchfield's," until the name of the Indian . . . Map (db m36090) HM
6Missouri (St. Clair County), Osceola — Sacking of Osceola
In memory of Citizens of Osceola murdered by Kansas Jayhawkers and the Union Army Of the 12 men ordered to be murdered by Gen. James H. Lane, 3 are known Mr. Berry • Champion Guinn Micajah Dark (13 yrs later) In June 1861, . . . Map (db m61518) HM
7Missouri (St. Clair County), Osceola — Saint Clair County Veterans Memorial
In honor of those who served War I & II Memorial 1947 B. P. W. Korea & Vietnam 1983 W. C. O.Map (db m52960) HM
8Missouri (St. Clair County), Osceola — The Old Commercial Hotel
Created from the Lousiana Territory, the Territory of Missouri was established by an Act of Congress in 1812, and became the 24th State on August 10, 1821. Sixteen years later in 1837 there were about sixty people living here on the banks of the . . . Map (db m61468) HM
 
 
Nov. 30, 2021